Rich explained his opposition to President Obama being interviewed on YouTube, the latest in the takeover of Atlantic City, and McDonald’s continued financial struggles. He also talked with foreign policy analyst Paul Bonicelli about the death of the King of Saudi Arabia.
Panic is a scammer’s best friend, says Mary Bach, chair of AARP Pennsylvania’s Consumer Issues Task Force.
Fraudsters are aware that the people most likely to fall victim to fraud are those who have already been the victim of fraud.
While marketers have generally ignored the 50+ population, what a boon they could be for the non-profit world.
Find out what the best online booking sites are for last-minute hotel deals.
In an effort to help senior drivers stay on the road longer, and safer, AARP has retooled its Smart Driver course.
After an AARP roundtable discussion with hunger advocates in Philadelphia, the non-profit organization is working to come up with a follow-up report on the problem of hunger among people 50 and over.
May is Older Americans Month and the US Census tells us many good things about people over 65. For starters, they’re not too old to contribute.
As we get older, brain function declines. But a recently funded government study found that playing a computer game can slow and even reverse those declines.
The AARP offers driving refresher classes to those over age 50. Bill O’Brien teaches twice a month throughout South Jersey.
Advocates for the elderly tackled the issue of hunger at a forum in Center City Philadelphia on Wednesday.
A group of top business executives is proposing reforms to Social Security and Medicare, including an increase in the retirement age.
The chant was, “Don’t block my vote!” as red AARP shirts peppered the lawn at Independence Mall.
The advocacy group AARP is seeking to tackle hunger among older Americans. To that end, it is holding a fundraiser at the Shops at Liberty Place.
The senior citizen advocacy group “AARP” and the Mayor’s Commission on Aging are surveying various Philadelphia intersections to determine how safe they are for the city’s 50+ population.